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Wayne Wade

Wayne Wade Wayne Wade (b. c.1960, Kingston, Jamaica) is a roots reggae singer best known for his work with producer Yabby You in the 1970s. Biography
Wade's career began in the mid-1970s, working with Yabby You, 1976's "Black Is Our Colour" immediately achieving success in Jamaica. His debut album, Black Is Our Colour was released in 1976, and was followed by further hits with cover versions of The Paragons' "Happy Go Lucky Girl" and "On The Beach".

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Susan Cadogan

Susan Cadogan (born 2 November 1951 in Kingstown), actual name Anne Cadodan, is a Jamaican Reggae-singer. The trained librarian was discovered in 1974 by Jerry Lewis. Cadogan is the daughter of singer Lola Cadogan, who released several 78rpm singles of devotional music during the 1950s. She spent several years of her childhood in Belize, where her family had moved, before returning to Jamaica. She trained and qualified as a librarian, taking a job in the library of the University of the West Indies at Mona.

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Bitty McLean

Bitty McLean is a reggae music singer, producer and musician. His career took off in 1994 with covers of The Shirelles' "Dedicated To The One I Love" and Fats Domino's "It Keeps Rainin (Tears from my eyes)". Following the superb "On Bond street" (2004), "MOVIN' ON", his new album, produced in Kingston with Reggae legends Sly & Robbie, is scheduled for release in 2008. McLean has also worked with the popular British reggae band, UB40, producing and mixing their "Promises and Lies" best seller and participated in "Running Free" Ali Campbell's solo album.

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Little John

There are two artists called Little John 1. b. John McMorris, C. 1970, Kingston, Jamaica, West Indies. McMorris first recorded with Captain Sinbad for the Youth In Progress label at the tender age of nine, where his piping interjections contrasted neatly with Sinbad's gruff style, and throughout the 80's he was seldom out of the Reggae charts. Claimed by many to be the first Dancehall singer, his ability to fit lyrics over any rhythm or backing track became something of a legend in a business that has scant regard for second takes and "dropping in.

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Sandra Cross

Sandra Cross a native of South London, Sandra Cross is the only girl among seven brothers. She started singing in the Pentecostal Church and led the choir when she was nine. At 14, she recorded with a friend as Love & Unity. The recording was the first prize for winning a talent show with a song Sandra wrote entitled “I Adore You.” Released on Studio 76 Records, it was #1 on Britain’s reggae chart for four straight weeks in 1979; They followed with three top five-hits: “I Just Don’t Care,” “I Can’t Let You Go,” and “Put It On,” before splitting up the team.

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Cornell Campbell

Cornell, or Cornel, Campbell started recording in 1956, cutting shuffle and early ska tunes like "My Treasure" and "Don't Want Your Loving" at the ubiquitous Studio One for Coxsone Dodd. His singing style is delicate and ephemeral, making heavy use of falsetto. His stint at Studio One produced some beautiful tunes like Stars, Queen Of The Minstrels, Magic Spell, Trick In The Book and many others. His sister, Cecille Campbell, also sang at Studio One and was a member of the Soulettes with Rita Marley.

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Half Pint

Half Pint (born Lindon Roberts) is a Jamaican , , and singer. He was born in the West Kingston enclave of Rose Lane. He was nicknamed "Half Pint" by a Mr. Brown, who was the father of one of his mother's friends in nearby Waterhouse. Half Pint also refers to a Miami Bass rap artist. Pint's first single, Sally, was released in 1983 followed by Winsome, which went on to be covered by The Rolling Stones in 1987. Other singles by Pint include Mr. Landlord, Level The Vibes, Substitute Lover, and the hit single, Victory.

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